Family Planning

The NH Family Planning Program provides low to no-cost sexual and reproductive health care services and information to all individuals in need. If you are looking for information about family planning or where to find family planning services you can afford, the NH Family Planning Program can help.

Family Planning Services 

A number of family planning services are available to individuals at participating clinics throughout the state. Services available can vary from clinic to clinic, but typically include (and are not limited to):

  • Birth control information and supplies (birth control pills, IUDs, implants, condoms, and more)
  • Annual exams/physical exams
  • Pregnancy testing and counseling
  • Referrals to prenatal care
  • Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV
  • Breast and cervical cancer screening
  • Basic Infertility Services
  • Help planning for a pregnancy

For information on where you can receive these and other affordable family planning services in New Hampshire, view the NH Family Planning Program Clinic List

Who can get family planning services

Family planning services are available to all individual regardless of residency status (you do not need to be a NH resident) and ability to pay*.

Services are provided in a manner that does not discriminate against any client based on religion, race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex characteristics, number of pregnancies, or marital status.

*Low-cost or free services are available on a sliding fee scale for individuals who need financial assistance.

Program Information

The NH Family Planning Program’s goal is to ensure individuals have access to high quality reproductive, sexual and preventative health care services. These services are intended to help individuals maintain their sexual and reproductive health, determine if and when to have children, and to prevent unintended pregnancy. Family Planning services are available to all individuals, regardless of income and residency status, at designated health care clinics across the state.

If you are a contracted Title X Family Planning Program agency or want to learn more about the Title X program, visit the Title X Family Planning Program webpage.